ответ: sister alenushka, brother ivanushka
a slightly absurd and morbid fairy tale, this story is nonetheless very popular with children. the younger brother, ivanushka, continuously attempts to drink water from puddles, but his sister warns him that by doing so, he might end up as an animal. on his third try, ivanushka does indeed turn into a goat. yet even as a goat, ivanushka manages to get into trouble and is taken by a baba yaga (a witch-like villain in russian stories). the baba yaga proceeds to drown the sister, leaving both siblings in a bit of debacle. you’ll have to read the story to find out how the sister manages to ‘undrown’ and how the brother becomes human again.
greeting each other on holidays is common to all people in all countries. in russian we can simply say, ‘поздравляю! ’ in english they usually use the word ‘happy’ in phrases like ‘happy mother’s day! ’, ‘happy valentine’s day! ’, ‘happy easter! ’, ‘happy birthday! ’the second most common greeting is ‘best wishes! ’ use it when greeting people on their birthdays or weddings. the word ‘congratulations! ’, which is closest to the russian ‘поздравляю! ’, is not used so often. the typical situation for it is not a holiday but a personal celebration, a personal achievement: a good mark for an examination, a new house, a new job, a wedding. mind the preposition after the word: ‘to congratulate on’, ‘congratulations on’. there are also special greetings for christmas and new year: ‘happy new year! ’ and ‘merry christmas! ’
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